Danish cafe features exhibit of Holocaust cartoons

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October 7, 2006 16:10

 
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An exhibit of a Danish artist's submissions to the Iranian government-sponsored Holocaust cartoon contest opened at a Copenhagen cafe on Saturday. The artist told reporters that he did not see a "significant difference" between the deaths of Jews in the Holocaust and the deaths of hundreds of Africans in conflicts. The exhibition garnered angry reactions from Copenhagen's Jewish community, Israel Radio reported.

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